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One product = One donation

The Saturdays singer and celebrity mum of two, Frankie Bridge is making an appeal to people across the UK to support the Superdrug and P&G #FeelSuper Campaign, which hopes to raise £200,000 for Marie Curie in 2016. From 9th March to the 5th April inclusive, at Superdrug stores nationwide and at, each time you buy from selected P&G products including brands such as Olay, Gillette and Oral-B, you will trigger a donation to Marie Curie; the UK’s leading charity caring for people living with any terminal illness, and their families.

#Tag a Taxi to win a stay at Dorsett Shepherds Bush

Dorsett Shepherds Bush is excited to unveil their branded taxis which will be driving around London for a whole year. What’s more, if you take a photo of yourself with a branded taxi and share @DorsettLondon using the hashtag #MyDorsettTaxi before 30 April 2016 you could win an overnight stay at the hotel! Keep your eyes peeled for the turquoise taxis and be sure to snap a selfie when you spot one to be in with a chance of winning a fantastic one night stay at Dorsett Shepherds Bush.

St John Ambulance seeks life savers and first aid champions as awards deadline draws near

Do you know someone who has saved a life? Or a first aider who has gone the extra mile to help someone in need? Does your company go above and beyond the call of duty to provide life-saving training? If so, it’s time to nominate your Everyday Hero.

Mum’s the word at dinner with phone free zones

The introduction of the smoking ban saw an end to restaurants being split into smoking and non-smoking areas but this Sunday, Beefeater are introducing a new kind of dining segregation - a 'No Phone Zone'. Launched to coincide with Mother's Day, Britain's best-known steak restaurant has taken the bold step to create 'phone free' areas in response to research that outlines behaviour that can ruin family outings.

Ironing underwear and carrying tissues up your sleeve? New study reveals this could mean you’re turning into your mum

It’s something we’ve always feared and now a new study has revealed that turning into your mum is inevitable. The research also reveals exactly when ‘Mummy-morphosis’ is likely to happen and identifies the tell-tale signs to look out for.

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